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  • Kinnick Stadium's New Turf will Feature Midfield Logo

    by Telegraph Herald June 2017

    The playing surface in Kinnick Stadium will feature an Iowa logo for the first time since the conclusion of the 1980 football season, as the Tigerhawk will be installed at midfield when the new FieldTurf is put in place in the coming weeks.

  • Leveraging the Esports Popularity Boom

    by Paul Steinbach June 2017

    Brian Mirakian had never seen anything quite like it. He was among 18,000 people packing New York's Madison Square Garden to witness teams of video gamers compete in the 2015 League of Legends World Championship Semifinals.

  • FC Cincinnati Unveils Stadium Designs

    by Laurel Pfahler June 2017

    FC Cincinnati unveiled stadium design plans, like this artist's concept, to season ticket holders in a private event in Cincinnati on Monday.

  • CenturyLink Seeks to Extend Seahawks Naming Deal

    by Jim Camden June 2017

    CenturyLink, Inc. is willing to more than double its payments for the naming rights to the stadium where the Seattle Seahawks play and is offering to renegotiate a new contract two years before the current deal expires. The national telecommunications giant is asking the state Public Stadium Authority to approve a 15-year, $162.7 million extension of the deal to keep its name on the stadium, a special legislative advisory committee was told Wednesday. The authority, which oversees the sports facility built with taxpayer money, is likely to agree. Dan Barrett, a sports business consultant the authority hired to review the deal, estimated the new contract would rank fifth among the 24 NFL teams that sell the naming rights to their stadiums. The current contract ranks 17th.

  • Beckham Aquires Land for Miami Soccer Stadium

    by Courtney Cameron June 2017

    On Tuesday, David Beckham gained approval from Miami-Dade County commissioners to buy the final third of the nine acres needed for a Major League Soccer stadium planned for the Miami Overtown neighborhood.

  • Old Dominion Seeks Designer for Foreman Field Update

    by Harry Minium June 2017

    Old Dominion began advertising this week for a firm to "plan, design and administer the construction activities" for a renovated Foreman Field football stadium, and it's clear the university is looking for a company with plenty of experience.

  • Youth Sports Plans Hinge on Small Stadium Proposal

    by Brent Batten June 2017

    Doug Berman, the former state treasurer for New Jersey, is an unabashed proponent of the regional sports park under consideration by county commissioners.

  • Could Qatar Lose the 2022 World Cup?

    by Martin Rogers June 2017

    It seemed like a good idea in 2010, when the incumbent bureaucrats at FIFA took a few moments from their lavish lunches and first-class flights to vote for Qatar as host of the 2022 World Cup.

  • Tennessee AD Champions Neyland Stadium Renovations

    by David Cobb June 2017

    John Currie gained a reputation for leading large-scale facility improvement projects during his time as an associate athletic director at Tennessee. Now back in Knoxville as the university's athletic director, Currie will oversee substantial updates to the most iconic structure on the university's campus.

  • Spring Training Stadium Stays Busy with Other Activities

    by Tony Doris June 2017

    The Boys of Spring are gone but the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches has a full summer lineup of athletic events, from soccer to lacrosse to high school and Division I and Division II college baseball and a University of Miami-coached football camp for youths.